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Response to Divernan (Reply #1)

Fri Oct 2, 2015, 10:05 AM

2. So would I.

That would be very interesting.

A quick Google search turned this up: http://priceofoil.org/campaigns/separate-oil-and-state/dirty-energy-money/pennsylvania-analysis/

Excerpt:
Senate President, Joseph Scarnati III (R), has accepted over $200,000 from fossil fuel industry interests during each of the last two election cycles. He has accepted a total of $563,321 since 2006 the largest amount taken by any state Representative or Senator.
Dave Reed (R), Chairman of the State GOP Policy Committee, accepted $103,800 from fossil fuel industry interests during the last election cycle, bringing his total to $316,150 since 2006 the second highest for state legislators.
Mike Turzai (R), House Majority Leader, has accepted $268,600 from fossil fuel industry interests since 2006 the third largest amount for state legislators.


There is probably more if anyone feels like digging.

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